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How to Get Rid of Annoying Static Cling Without Toxic Products

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  • Dry air may increase the amount of static cling you find in your clothes and the static shocks you get from touching objects after walking over carpet
  • Although fabric softeners and dryer sheets help remove static electricity from your clothes, they are filled with toxic chemicals known to trigger central nervous system damage, cancer and asthma
  • Natural alternatives to prevent static electricity in your clothes include making your own fabric softener or dryer sheets, using a paper clip on your clothing or including a moist towel at the end of the dryer cycle

By Dr. Mercola

A dry climate or cold weather may increase the amount of static cling you find in your clothes. While this can be a nuisance in your sweaters, suits and shirts, common over-the-counter treatments may trigger damage to your health and the environment. Fortunately, there are alternatives that are both less expensive and safer.

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